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December, 2000 Results
British comics, annuals & artwork
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1 The Nugget Weekly (1920) 1-14 In bound volume. Robin Hood, Sexton Blake, Nelson Lee, Buffalo Bill; colour pages and text [vg/fn] (14)
Winning Bid: 88
2 The Thriller (1929-39) 10, 11, 16, 414, 434, 438, 446, 471, 484, 510, 551, 556 [fr], 557, 558 [gd/vg] (14)
Winning Bid: 39
3 Boy’s Own Paper; August 1933 – January 1934 and April – September 1936 in two bound volumes [vg] (2)
Winning Bid: 26
4 Adventure (1940) 977-1000 (Xmas number) Unbroken run. 5 issues [gd] bal. [vg/fn] (24)
Winning Bid: 152
5 Hotspur (1938) 228-279 Complete year A few copies with white tape to spine and edges [fr/gd/vg-] (52)
Winning Bid: 315
6 Hotspur (1941) 384-427 Complete year (due to war shortages, some issues were printed fortnightly). 384 [fr] balance [vg-/vg] (44)
Winning Bid: 288
7 Hotspur (1942) 435-453 [vg/fn+] (19)
Winning Bid: 123
8 Hotspur (1943) 454, 457-467, 469-472, 474-479 [vg/fn+] (22)
Winning Bid: 121
9 Rover (1939) 22 issues between 897-924 including Xmas. 2 issues [fr/gd] balance [vg-/vg] (22)
Winning Bid: 165
10 Rover (1940) 925-976 Complete year A few issues [gd] balance [vg] (52)
Winning Bid: 484
11 Rover (1941) 977-1020 Near unbroken run of 42 issues. Missing 986 [gd/vg] (42)
Winning Bid: 242
12 Rover (1941) 979, 991, 993, 994, 1004, 1005, 1007, 1009, 1014, 1015 [vg/fn] (10)
Winning Bid: 66
13 Rover (1942) 1028, 1031-1040. 1028, 1032 worn spines [fr] balance [vg] (11)
Winning Bid: 61
14 Skipper (1938) 10 issues between 385-427 with 1936 Skipper Book For Boys [fn] Issue 409 [fr], balance [gd/vg] (11)
Winning Bid: 66
15 Skipper (1939) 9 issues between 446-87 [vg-/vg+] (9)
Winning Bid: 46
16 Skipper (1940) 18 issues between 488-535. 3 issues [fr] balance [vg] (18)
Winning Bid: 110
17 Wizard (1933-34) 561-575 in amateur card binding; Skipper (1933-34) 162-177 in amateur binding; Modern Wonder (1937-39) 21 issues between. 10 pages missing – low grade reading copies only [pr/fr] (51)
Winning Bid: 85
18 Wizard (1934) 625 Xmas. Sixteenth of front page missing [fr], 680 Xmas 1935 [gd]; (1936-37) 697, 698, 718, 740, 744 [vg] (7)
Winning Bid: 36
19 Wizard (1936) 700-722 in half-year bound volume [fn/vfn] (23)
Winning Bid: 182
20 Wizard (1938) 19 issues between 792-839 10 issues with unsightly sew-holes by spine (retrieved from bound volume) [gd-/vg] (19)
Winning Bid: 66
21 Wizard (1939) 15 issues between 851-871 [gd/vg] (15)
Winning Bid: 66
22 The Dandy 3 (1937) Korky, Desperate Dan, Our Gang Fresh cover colours, light tan pages. Rare, only a handful of copies known to exist [fn-]
Winning Bid: 550
23 Dandy 5 (Jan 1st 1938) New Year issue Discolouration blemishes to front and back covers; tan pages. Rare, only a handful of copies known to exist [vg]
Winning Bid: 436
  The following collection of ten early Dandy comics are in relatively high grades considering their rarity:
24 Dandy 41 (1938) [fn-]
Winning Bid: 85
25 Dandy 42 [fn-]
Winning Bid: 85
26 Dandy 43 [vg+]
Winning Bid: 73
27 Dandy 44 [fn-]
Winning Bid: 85
28 Dandy 45 [vg]
Winning Bid: 73
29 Dandy 46 Light moisture rippling to lower third of pages [gd]
Winning Bid: 55
30 Dandy 47 [vg]
Winning Bid: 73
31 Dandy 48 [fn]
Winning Bid: 91
32 Dandy 49 First Fireworks issue [vg]
Winning Bid: 290
33 Dandy 50 [vg+]
Winning Bid: 79
34 Dandy 107 (1939) Korky Cakes for your Xmas Party, Addie & Hermy the Nasty Nazis. First of two Xmas issues. Tears professionally repaired and spine strengthened. Fading to colours
Winning Bid: 61
35 Dandy (1941-44) 172, 178, 226, 267, 271 Complete worn reading copies [fr/gd] (5)
Winning Bid: 55
36 Dandy (1943) 239, 240, 253 [gd/gd/vg-] (3)
Winning Bid: 33
37 Dandy (1947-50) 27 issues between 336-454 with New Year issue 1947, Fireworks 1948, New Year and April Fool 1949. A few copies [vg-] balance [fn/fn+] and 5 issues from 1945-6 [fr/gd] total (32)
Winning Bid: 79
38 Dandy (1949) 391-423 Unbroken run including April Fool, Easter, Fireworks, Xmas and New Year issues. Creamy white pages [fn/vfn] (33)
Winning Bid: 288
39 Dandy (1950) 424-446, 448, 449 including April Fool, Easter and 445 starting new large format. Creamy white pages [fn/vfn] (25)
Winning Bid: 112
40 Beano (1949) 11 issues between 353-379. 353 cover corner torn away [fr] balance [vg/fn-] (11)
Winning Bid: 44
41 Beano (1949) 352-389 Complete Year NB: Beano was still being issued fortnightly up until issue 367 when it returned to its weekly printing. Creamy white pages [fn/fn+] (38)
Winning Bid: 363
42 Beano (1949-53) 358, 396, 498, 504, 508 Easter, 567 [vg/vfn] (6)
Winning Bid: 48
43 Beano (1950) 390-393, 395-416, 421 including New Year, April Fool, Easter and issue 411 new larger size and cover colour change from blue and red to red and yellow ‘Beano’ title. 416 [gd] balance [fn/vfn] (27)
Winning Bid: 266
44 School Friend 1 (1950) The Silent Three At St. Kitts [fn-]
Winning Bid: 79
45 (Fitness and) Sun (1947-52) 4 (Xmas) 5, 10 and 10 issues between 43-161 with The Comet (1948) (x14), 66; with 16 One-Shot 3d Comics including Jet Plane Raiders 1, Prang, Dynamic, Crime Syndicate, Rocket, Four Deuces (x2) Jolly Adventures, Panto Playtime, Merry Maker and Ally Sloper (x2) (1948) [vg/fn+] (43)
Winning Bid: 43
46 Rupert Book (1941 Annual) D. Express. Split spine 3 ins. at top neatly repaired. 2 ins spine loss at base. Front cover 3 ins light cut, worn corners, neat dedication, clean off-white pages, fresh colours [gd+]
Winning Bid: 91
47 More Adventures of Rupert (1942 Annual) D. Express. Spine loss 1 inch to top, half-inch to base. Light back cover scrape. Grubby interior fly page with ink dedication, price unclipped. Clean off-white pages, fresh colours. [gd+]
Winning Bid: 220
48 More Rupert Adventures (1943 Annual) D. Express. Light wear, neat dedication, price unclipped. Clean off- white pages, fresh colours. [fn-]
Winning Bid: 247
49 Rupert In More Adventures (1944 Annual) D. Express. Neat dedication, price unclipped. Clean off-white pages, fresh colours [fn]
Winning Bid: 193
50 New Rupert Book (1945 Annual) D. Express. Drawing pin hole to top front cover and first four pages. Neat dedication, price unclipped. Clean off-white pages, fresh colours [fn-]
Winning Bid: 145
51 The New Rupert Book (1946 Annual) D. Express. Light bump to top corner, neat dedication, price unclipped. Clean creamy white pages, bright colours [fn]
Winning Bid: 110
52 Giles Annual 1 (1946) The German High Command Surrender to Tommy on his tea break. Spine loss half inch at base, corners creased and thumbed, off-white pages [vg-]. With Annuals 22 and 29 for 1968 and 1975, both [fn] (3)
Winning Bid: 187
53 Giles signed Original Artwork Daily Express, 28.3.1963 "Dr. Beeching’s plan to streamline the railways don’t provide separate freight for Lady Ringboan’s ‘orse" Indian ink and blue wash on board. 12 x 19.5"
Winning Bid: 1100
54 Adventure (1948) 1215-1253 Complete year. NB: Some issues were printed fortnightly. A few issues [vg] balance [fn/vfn] (39)
Winning Bid: 145
55 Adventure (1948) 16 issues between 1219-1251 [fn-/fn] (16)
Winning Bid: 61
56 Adventure (1949) 1254-1302 Complete year. NB: Some issues were printed fortnightly. A few issues [vg] balance [fn/vfn] (49)
Winning Bid: 132
57 Adventure (1950) 34 issues between 1303-1348 and issues 1399, 1400 from 1951. Strang The Terrible cover story by Dudley Watkins (18 issues) [vg/fn+] (36)
Winning Bid: 85
58 Hotspur (Nov 1948-49) 632-686 near complete run missing 637, 641 and 642 and including both Xmas numbers and Cup Final special. Bright, fresh colours; clean off-white pages [fn/vfn] (51)
Winning Bid: 132
59 Hotspur (1950) 38 issues between 687-737 (Xmas) 1 issue from 1948 and 3 from 1951. 15 issues [vg/fn] 23 issues [vfn] (38)
Winning Bid: 97
60 Rover (1946) 1126-1152 (Xmas) Complete year in bound volume [fn/vfn] (27)
Winning Bid: 264
61 Rover (1948) 28 issues between 1195-1229 (Xmas). Issue 1228 2" tear through all pages [gd] balance [fn/vfn] (28)
Winning Bid: 110
62 Rover (1949) 1230-1279 Complete year [fn/vfn] (50)
Winning Bid: 196
63 Rover (1950-52) 63 issues between 1348-1406. 6 issues [vg] balance [fn/vfn] (63)
Winning Bid: 66
64 Wizard (1945-47) 9 issues between 1071-1143 Wilson Stories [gd/vg] (9)
Winning Bid: 65
65 Wizard (1949) 1197 (New Year), 1204-1246 (1950 front page calendar, Xmas) with (1948) 1195 and 1196 (Xmas) 6 issues [vg] balance [fn-/vfn-] (46)
Winning Bid: 121
66 Wizard (1950-52) 52 issues between 1357-1373 including Xmas 1950 [gd], 1951.10 issues [vg] balance [fn-/vfn-] (52)
Winning Bid: 165
67 Mixed Bag (1940s-50s) Dandy 303 (1945); Adventure 1214 (Xmas 1947) with 20 assorted D.C. Thomson Story Paper and Champion issues [gd/vg/fn] (22)
Winning Bid: 50
68 Radio Fun (1946-47) 19 issues between 412-467 [vg/fn-] (19)
Winning Bid: 94
69 Film Fun (1951-52) 16 issues between 1162-1696 [gd/vg] (16)
Winning Bid: 19
70 Film Fun Annual 1941; Radio Fun Annual 1942; Black Bob Annual 1957 and The Wonder Book of Comics featuring Enid Blyton, Frank Richards and Biggles [vg/vg+] (4)
Winning Bid: 61
71 Film Fun Annual 1948 with Knockout Fun Book 1948. Creamy white pages [vg+] (2)
Winning Bid: 61
71A Magic-Beano Book (1948) Beano marching band. Light tan pages [fn-]
Winning Bid: 303
71B Magic-Beano Book (1949) Maxi’s Taxi; Tiny Eggo. Light tan pages [fn-]
Winning Bid: 319
72 Original Biffo The Bear front cover artwork from The Beano 567 (1953) drawn and signed by artist Dudley D Watkins. Poster colour and ink. Light colour wash run to some of the panels. Dudley Watkins bibliography at base of frame. 15x14" Rare. Framed and glazed.
Winning Bid: 1705
73 The Dandy (1955) 684-709 in half-year bound volume including April Fool and Easter issues [fn/vfn] (26)
Winning Bid: 121
74 Broons (1956) Scotland’s happiest family at the window. Clean creamy white pages [fn]
Winning Bid: 169
75 Broons (1958) Board games cover. Clean creamy white pages [fn]
Winning Bid: 61
76 Broons (1960) Burns night supper. Clean white pages [fn]
Winning Bid: 62
77 Oor Wullie (1953) Calendar boy cover General wear [vg]
Winning Bid: 252
78 Oor Wullie (1957) Snowman Wullie on a bucket. Small corner damage to front cover. Creamy white pages [vg]
Winning Bid: 85
79 Oor Wullie (1959, 1963) 1959 has small moustache penned on cover Wullie [vg/fn] (2)
Winning Bid: 53
80 Eagle (1950) Vol. 1: 1-52 Issue 1 taped spine and worn [fr], 2-6 [fr/gd], 7-52 [vg-/vg] (52)
Winning Bid: 165
81 Eagle (1951) Vol 2: 1-49, 52; Vol 3; 1-4, 6-19, 21 [gd/vg] (69)
Winning Bid: 84
82 Eagle Annuals (1950-51) 1,2 [vg] (2)
Winning Bid: 43
83 Eagle Annuals 3, 6, 8, 9 [vg/vg+] (4)
Winning Bid: 22
84 Eagle Annuals 3, 4, 6 and 1966 [vg/fn] (4)
Winning Bid: 11
85 Dan Dare pocket watch (c1952) Ingersoll. Eagle engraving to reverse. Full working order, bright fresh condition, slight scuffs
Winning Bid: 319
86 Eagle Circular Jigsaw Puzzle (1950s) Waddingtons. 500 pieces complete
Winning Bid: 157
87 The Happy Warrior (1958) Eagle. The Life of Sir Winston Churchill illustrated by Frank Bellamy [vg]
Winning Bid: 26
88 War Picture Library 1 (1958) with Air Ace Picture Library 1 (1960) [vg] (2)
Winning Bid: 75
89 Meccano Magazine (1940s-50s): 1942: Nos 3, 4, 9; 1943: No 2; 1947: Nos 1-8, 12; 1948: 3-12; 1949: 1-12 complete; 1950: 1-12 complete; 1951: 1-3, 5-12; 1952: 1-12 complete; 1953: 1-5, 6; Queen Elizabeth cover, 7-12 complete; 1954: No 1. 12 issues [vg/vg+] balance [fn/vfn-] (83)
Winning Bid: 44
90 Original Terry Thomas Artwork in Indian ink and blue crayon from Film Fun 3.8.1957. Drawn by Terry Wakefield. Framed and glazed with Wakefield bibliography. 30x24"
Winning Bid: 165

Bibliography: Terry Wakefield (1911-1989) was the son of cartoonist George (Billy) Wakefield and became his father’s full time assistant at the age of 14. He drew Tiny Tots in 1927 and first drew Laurel and Hardy in a Film Fun giveaway booklet (1937) whilst also working for Bubbles, Tip Top, Butterfly and Joker. After World War II (his father died in 1942) he continued with Laurel and Hardy and became the regular artist for Red Skelton (1953) Terry Thomas (1957), Peter Sellars and Tony Hancock (1958) all with Amalgamated Press. He was ‘retired’ in 1959 and he and his father were jointly awarded the first gold Ally Sloper Award at the 1976 Comics 101 Convention, held at the Mount Royal Hotel in London.
91 Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954) Dragon Books. By Vargo Statten. Dust jacket illustrated by John Richards. John Russel Fearn’s (V Statten) novelisation of the classic horror film. Scarce. Dust jacket worn with some small edge loss, price unclipped. Book has some light foxing spots. Scarce
Winning Bid: 149
92 Hotspur (1957) 1052-1077 in half-year bound volume [fn-/vfn-] (26)
Winning Bid: 79
93 Hotspur (1957) 1078-1103 in half-year bound volume [fn-/vfn-] (26)
Winning Bid: 62
94 Lion (1958-59) 307-385 in 3 bound volumes. Originally owned by Captain Condor creator Frank S. Pepper [vg/fn] (79)
Winning Bid: 267
95 Tiger (1957) 20 issues between 128-158. Roy of the Rovers. Rusty staples [gd/vg-] (20)
Winning Bid: 48
96 Wizard (1960) 1768-1793 in half-year bound volume [fn/vfn] (26)
Winning Bid: 88
97 Superboy Annual 1 (1953-54) Atlas First annual. No dedication [vg+]
Winning Bid: 33
98 Super Thriller Annuals (1957, 1958) World Dist. Hunting The Space Pirates; Edmund Keen, Ace Detective stories [vg/vg+] (2)
Winning Bid: 6
99 Batman Annual 2 (1960-61) Atlas, with John Jones and Kit Carson. Second annual. No dedication, price unclipped, light tan pages [vg]
Winning Bid: 33
100 Girl Comic Card Game (1950s) Pepys. Complete with instructions in [vg] box
Winning Bid: 24
101 Rupert Card Game (1970s) Whitman, with Tom & Jerry, Famous Five and Perishers Card Games (1970s) Pepys [vg/fn] (4)
Winning Bid: 11
102 Model Train and Toy Catalogues (1950s) Hornby Dublo x 4, Trix x 2, Meccano x 2, Corgi x 4, Lone Star, Revell and Mamod (Steam Engines). Ex-shop stock [fn/vfn] (15)
Winning Bid: 28
103 L Miller Reprints Plus (1950s-60s) Captain Midnight 12, 17; Marvelman 245, 304, 310, 319; Young Marvelman 114, 248, 295, 299, 300; Tick Tac Toe 1; Invincible 6; TV Heroes 16; Purple Hood 2 and TV Tornado 1, 17 (1969) [vg/fn] (17)
Winning Bid: 31
104 Beano 1216 (1965) Fireworks issue; 1327 (1967) Xmas issue [vfn/fn] (2)
Winning Bid: 17
105 Dandy (1962) 26 issues between 1050-1101 (Xmas). Issue 1052 contains Hotspur "Rocket Gun free gift" Flyer [vg+/fn+] (26)
Winning Bid: 77
106 Dandy (1965) 34 issues between 1206-1256 [fn/vfn] (34)
Winning Bid: 92
107 Hornet 1 (1963) D.C. Thomson [vg-]
Winning Bid: 24
108 Wham! 1 (1964) Odhams. Leo Baxendale at his best [vg-]
Winning Bid: 46
109 Wham! 2, 3, 5, 6 [vg] (5)
Winning Bid: 26
110 Hurricane 1 (1964) Fleetway. Rusty staples [vg]
Winning Bid: 31
111 Hurricane 2, 3 Rusty staples [vg] (2)
Winning Bid: 13
112 TV Century 21 (1966-67) 28 issues between 94-152 [vg/fn-] (28)
Winning Bid: 127
113 TV Century 21 (1968) 28 issues between 156-205 [vg/fn] (28)
Winning Bid: 123
114 TV Century 21 (1969) 19 issues between 207-242 (last issue) with TV21 & Joe 90 (1969-71) 44 issues between 4-102 and Joe 90 (1969) 3, 8, 9 [vg/fn+] (66)
Winning Bid: 149
115 Captain Scarlet and The Mysterons Bubble Gum Cards (1967) Anglo Confectionery. 66 card set complete [fn]
Winning Bid: 50
116 Captain Scarlet Spectrum Patrol Car (1960s) Century 21 Toys. Spectrum Patrol Car as new with rockets and all accessories. Box has corner scuffing and split to one edge
Winning Bid: 121
  The following Spider-Man 12-page complete artwork story tells of the origin of Spider-Man, the death of Uncle Ben and Spider-Man versus The Beetle. These copy artwork panels have had their margins extended and re-drawn with speech bubbles added and lettered in; all to fit UK magazine size format. The finished boards were likely to have been used for publication in Marvel UK comics and annuals in the late 1960s-1970s. Each board is 10.75 x 7.75"
117 Spider-Man copy artwork; magazine size adapted pages 1 and 2. The origin of Spider-Man (2)
Winning Bid: 74
118 Spider-Man copy artwork; magazine size adapted pages 3 and 4. Spider-Man learns his powers and catches a thief (2)
Winning Bid: 44
119 Spider-Man copy artwork; magazine size adapted pages 5 and 6. Uncle Ben is killed; Spider-Man blames himself; The Beetle appears (2)
Winning Bid: 33
120 Spider-Man copy artwork; magazine size adapted pages 7 and 8. The Beetle strikes and captures Aunt May (2)
Winning Bid: 33
121 Spider-Man copy artwork; magazine size adapted pages 9 and 10. The skyscraper battle between The Beetle and Spider-Man (2)
Winning Bid: 33
122 Spider-Man copy artwork; magazine size adapted pages 11 and 12. The Beetle defeated; Aunt May is saved (2)
Winning Bid: 33
123 Trigan Empire original artwork (1980) Drawn and signed by Don Lawrence from Look & Learn 20.12.80 "Janno and Zacco engulfed by the huge water spout …." 16 x 12"
Winning Bid: 247
124 The Spirit signed original artwork by Will Eisner. Drawn in 1993 as a thank you for friends during a trip to Dublin. Indian ink and crayon 12 x 16"
Winning Bid: 194
125 Mickey Mouse Glove Puppet (c1950s) Plastic head, cotton printed body. Slightly fraying to edge
Winning Bid: 17
126 Beano (1961-62) 29 issues between 965-1013. 3 issues with foxing [vg] balance [fn-/fn] (29)
Winning Bid: 94
127 Beano (1963) 29 issues between 1069-1117. 4 issues tanned/foxed [vg] bal. [fn-/fn] (29)
Winning Bid: 77
128 Beano (1964) 23 issues between 1125-1163. 9 issues foxed/tanned [gd/vg] bal. [fn-/fn] (23)
Winning Bid: 39
129 Beano (1965) 38 issues between 1173-1221. 4 issues [gd/vg] balance [fn-/fn] (38)
Winning Bid: 77
130

Beano (1966) 21 issues between 1226-1264. Foxing to most copies [gd/vg] (21)
Winning Bid: 19

131 Beano (1977-78) 41 issues between 1841-1900. 27 issues marker pen address to cover margin [vg/fn] (41)
Winning Bid: 29
132 Dandy (1975-79) 68 issues between 1721-1983 [fn-/fn+] (68)
Winning Bid: 20
133 Victor (1961) 7, 9, 17, 18, 29 (with ’61 wallet and six football team photos including FA Cup Winners Tottenham Hotspur) 30-33 (12 team photos) 34-45 [vg/fn] (21)
Winning Bid: 91
134 Victor (1962) 46-97 complete year [vg/fn+] (52)
Winning Bid: 89
135 Victor (1963) 98-149 complete year. Issue 99 with football chart, 100 with Football Favourites Gift Booklet [vg+/fn+] (52)
Winning Bid: 98
136 Victor (1964) 150-201 complete year including two free gifts [fn-/fn+] (52)
Winning Bid: 98
137 Victor (1965) 202-253 Near complete year (missing 213). With two sets of press-out, stand-up footballers [fn-/fn+] (51)
Winning Bid: 66
138 Victor (1966) 254-306 Near complete year (missing 267 & 298) with free motor car gift booklet (262) and car pictures (263, 264) 3 issues [pr] balance [vg/fn+] (50)
Winning Bid: 61
139 Victor (1967) 307-358 Near complete year missing issue 356 [fn-/fn+] (51)
Winning Bid: 72
140 Victor (1968) 359-410 Near complete year (missing 384-387) with free gifts Cup Tie Diary (362) and press-out, stand-up footballer cards (363, 364) [fn-/fn+] (48)
Winning Bid: 61
141 Victor (1969) 411-462 Complete year. 414 [gd] balance [fn/vfn] (52)
Winning Bid: 55
142 Sparky (1965-66) 17 issues between 44-84, and Crunch (1979) 14 issues between 22-42. Remaindered copies with shopstamp/price stickers and/or biro prices to top front covers [gd/vg] (31)
Winning Bid: 41
143 Ranger (1965-66) 38 unnumbered issues. Rise And Fall of The Trigan Empire series by Don Lawrence [vg/fn+] (38)
Winning Bid: 97
144 It’s Terrific 1, 2, 3 (1967) Odhams. Iron Man, Avengers, Sub-Mariner reprints. Issue 1 with free gift Iron Man Transfer [fn-/fn+] (3)
Winning Bid: 48
145 Century 21 Records (1965-66) Introducing Thunderbirds; F.A.B; Into Action With Troy Tempest; Thunderbird 1; Thunderbird 2. EPs as new, sleeves [vg/fn] (5)
Winning Bid: 57
146 Countdown (1971) 1-58 Polystlye. Complete run of Dr Who, Thunderbirds, U.F.O. [vg/fn] (58)
Winning Bid: 201
147 TV Action and Countdown/TV Action (1972-73) 59-132 last issue. Complete run [vg/fn] (74)
Winning Bid: 182
148 Donald and Mickey (1972) 1-21 IPC Issues 1 and 3 with free gift wall posters with taped corners [vg+/fn/vfn] (21)
Winning Bid: 11
149 Buzz 1 (1973) D. C. Thomson. Hop, Skip & Jock. Light tan pages [vg]
Winning Bid: 17
150 Dad’s Army Board Game (1974) Denys Fisher Toys. Crazy Capers as our boys hold off the Hun. Complete with board, dice, playing pieces, order cards, top secret cards Union Jacks and Swastikas. Box and game [fn]
Winning Bid: 61
151 Action 1, 2, 3 (1976) I.P.C. Issue 1 with free gift Red Arrow. Issue 3 with free gift Soccer Super Stars. Scarce with gifts [vfn/nm] (3)
Winning Bid: 87
152 Beezer (1970-74) 58 issues between 735-937 with Summer Specials 1973, 1974, 1975. Specials [fn/vfn], comics have horizontal mailing fold and light tanning to margins [vg/fn-] (61)
Winning Bid:
153 Bobo Bunny (1969-71) 1-3 and 67 unnumbered issues with 1970 Holiday Special. Missing 6 issues from the run. 10 early issues [vg] balance [fn/vfn] (68)
Winning Bid: 78
154 D.C. Thomson early numbers Bullet 1, 2, 3, 23 (1976); Spellbound 1, 2; Cracker 1-5; Spike 1 (1983) [fn-/vfn-] (12)
Winning Bid:
33
155 Cor!! (1970-74) IPC. 100 unnumbered issues including first and last and lacking 10 issues from complete run. With Summer Specials 1971-76 [fn/vfn] (106)
Winning Bid: 121
156 Cracker (1975) D.C. Thomson 1, 2, 4 with free gifts Squeeze N Squeak balloon, Big Noise Banger, Funny Face Maker. With Crunch 1 and free gift Black Band with stickers; Spike 1; Nutty 1 and Holiday Adventure, a Victor Special Magazine. Plus Treasure Island Told In Pictures book [vg] Illustrated by Dudley Watkins. Comics have light tanning [fn/vfn] (8)
Winning Bid: 28
157 Fury (1977) 1-3 Marvel UK. Issue 1 with free gift War Plane Kit and issue 3 Original front cover artwork 18x12. Artwork [vg] comics [vfn/nm] (4)
Withdrawn
158 Mighty World of Marvel (1972-73) 1-12, 14-16, 18, 20, 22, 23, 31, 43-50. Amazing Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Hulk reprints. With Jet 1, 2 [vfn-/vfn+] (32)
Winning Bid: 42
159 Monster Fun (1975) 1-55 missing issues 11 and 47, with Summer Special. Disneyland 1-14 (1976) IPC. With Holiday Special; Magic 1, 2 (1976) D.C. Thomson; Seven 1-3 (1971) Gresham. A few issues [fn] balance [vfn/vfn+] (74)
Winning Bid: 77
160 Monster Mag (1973) Top Sellers. 1, 3, 5-8, 10-14, Vol 2: 1-3 and House of Hammer 1. Each of the Monster Mags opens out into a full colour horror poster "Open It Out If You Dare!" [fn-/fn+] (15)
Winning Bid: 36
161 Roy Of the Rovers (1976-77) Issue 1 with free gift – 2 complete years [fn+/vfn+] (104)
Winning Bid: 126
162 Roy Of the Rovers (1978-79) Near complete two year run, missing three December ’78 issues [fn+/vfn+] (101)
Winning Bid: 86
163 Roy Of the Rovers (1980-81) Near complete two year run, missing nine issues, with Euro Football 1982 Sports Superstars 52 page magazine and 4 stickers [fn+/vfn+] (96)
Winning Bid: 86
164 Tiger (1976) Near complete year, missing issues 20th and 27th November [vg] (51)
Winning Bid: 55
165 Tiger (1977) Complete year [vg] (53)
Winning Bid: 64
166 Tornado 1, 2, 3 (1979) IPC. With free gifts Turbo Flyer, Tornado Team game sheet and Spud Gun. Scarce with gifts [vfn/nm] (3)
Winning Bid: 62
167 2000 AD (1977) 1-46 and Summer Special. Judge Dredd by Grant, Wagner, MacMahon, Ezquerra, Belardinelli, Cooper, Bolland and Gibson, Harlem Globtrotters and Dan Dare by Dave Gibbons. Issue 44 [vg] balance [fn+/vfn+] (47)
Winning Bid: 149
168 Contact 4T Spaceforce Communicator (1977) with letter of congratulations signed by Tharg. This was one of 150 prizes in a 2000 AD prog 13 competition. Mint and boxed.
Winning Bid: 73
169 Vulcan 1, 2 (1975) IPC. Trigan Empire by Don Lawrence begins. With free gifts Potato Gun and Vulcan game sheet. Scarce with gifts [nm] (2)
Winning Bid: 55
170 Whizzer and Chips (1970-74) 112 issues between issue one and 29 December 1974 with Holiday Special 1970-74 and Annuals 1973, 1974 [vfn/nm] (119)
Winning Bid:
171 Whizzer and Chips (1975-76) 69 issue eighteen month run to June 1976. Missing nine copies. With Holiday Specials 1975-76 and Annuals 1975-77 [vfn/nm] (74)
Winning Bid:
172 Whoopee! (1974-76) IPC 118 issue near complete 27 month run from No 1 to June 1976, missing six copies. With Summer Specials 1974-76 and Annuals 1975 and 1976 [vfn/nm] (123)
Winning Bid:
173 UK First Issues plus (1970s) Battle 1-3; Dan Dare Poster Magazine; Thunder 1; Target 1-8; Star Lord 1-3; Warlord 1-4, Vampirella 1 [fn], Dracula 1 (New English Lib.). All issues with free gifts where issued [vfn/nm] (22)
Winning Bid: 86
174 UK First Issues (1978-89) Star Wars Weekly, Star Wars Annual 1, Tarzan Weekly, Tarzan Monthly [vg], Soccer Monthly, Captain Britain with free mask, Hulk Comic with free gift, Buddy (1 and 3), Masters Of The Universe, Hoot with free gift, Spike with free glider (2 No 1s with different gliders), 2, 3 and 4, Eagle with Space Spinner, Punisher with free badge. all first issues [fn/vfn] (18)
Winning Bid: 121
175 Spike (1983) 1-3 D.C. Thomson all with free gifts and Hoot 1 with Super-Duper Pencil Topper gift [vfn/nm] (4)
Winning Bid: 49
176 Crisis 1, 2 (1988) Covers signed by creators Carlos Esquerra, John Smith, Jim Bakie and Pat Mills [vfn/nm] (2)
Winning Bid: 11
177 Wow! (1982-83) 1-56 Complete run with all 3 Holiday Specials. 1-3 with free gifts. 3 Specials wrinkled [vg] comics [fn/vfn] (59)
Winning Bid: 39
178 UK First Issues Plus (1980s) Future Tense 1; Captain America 1-3; Marvel Action 1-3; Blakes 7: 1; Mighty Thor 1; Super Adventure 1; Forces In Combat 1-5; Valour 1; Marvel Team-Up 1-3, Punisher 1; X-Men 1, 2; Spider-Man And Zoids 1; Worzel Gummidge 1; Merlin and Excalibur 1; Blockbuster 1; Indiana Jones 2. Future Tense, X-Men 1 lack gifts, all others with free gifts where issued [vfn/nm] (27)
Winning Bid: 110
  Late Lots:
179 Playboy (1964-66) The Sexy Sixties Dec ’64; Nov ’65; Jan, July, Sept ’66. Including The Great Comic Book Heroes article by Jules Feiffer, Catherine Deneuve and James Bond’s Girls Exposed, Vargas Batgirl, Kurtzman’s Little Anny Fanny and The Swinger’s Guide to the London Playboy Club [vg/fn-] (8)
Winning Bid: 33
180 Playboy (1967) April, May, June, Sept-December. Roald Dahl on 007’s eyefuls, J. Paul Getty on business; Little Anny Fanny. Norman Mailer; Woody Allen; Sex, Ecstasy and Psychedelic Drugs article, Art Nouveau Erotica, Irwin Shaw and P.G. Wodehouse [vg/fn-] (7)
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181 Playboy (1968) Jan, March-June, August with November 1969 Little Anny Fanny, Kenneth Tynan, Ray Bradbury, Stone-Age Sex; Erotica by Jules Feiffer, The Girls of Scandinavia, J.K. Galbraith interview, Hippies revealed, Jesse Jackson, Vargas Girls [vg/fn-] (7)
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182 Playboy (1970-73) 1970: July-Sept; 1971: Oct; 1973: Aug (loose cover) Sept and Oct 1979 Joan Baez, Oh! Calcutta, Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls, Bunnies of 1970, Racquel Welch, Paul Theroux, Posterotica, Marshall Brickman, Burt Renolds: Bunnies of ’79, Apocalypse Now [vg/fn-] (8)
Winning Bid: 50


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